Inclusive language in schools: there will be a new audience

“We hope, after the first hearing we had almost a month ago, that progress can be made for the injunction to become effectiveat least until there is background resolution, of so that there are no sanctions on teaching that uses inclusive language,” said Celeste Fierro, who presented one of the amparo actions together with Vanessa Gagliardi, both MST referents.

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The Buenos Aires legislators from the Frente de Todos Laura Velasco and María Bielli will also attend the hearing, who presented another of the amparo actions, since the objective of the day is to form the representation of those who were affected by the resolution of the Buenos Aires Executive.

Another amparo action was filed by the Argentine Federation of Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals and Trans.

Inclusive language: key points in CABA

  • The resolution that prohibited the use of inclusive language in the city’s classrooms was issued on June 9 last.
  • The first hearing in the Buenos Aires Justice was held on July 13 and on that occasion both those who defend the ban and those who question it participated. On that day, the amparistas requested to roll back the ban on using inclusive language in Buenos Aires classrooms until the underlying issue is resolved, that is, the legal case.



On the other hand, International Amnesty denounced this Thursday that the Government of CABA “did not respond to the request for access to information made two months ago” regarding what investigations the investigation was based on. Buenos Aires Ministry of Education “to substantiate that the non-sexist language hinders student learning.

Furthermore, the organization of human rights called the wallet to “respond” and “be accountable” regarding “the reasonableness of the decisions of the public administration in general and, in particular, on those related to access and enjoyment of the freedoms“, they detailed in a statement.

“The limitation of inclusive language conflicts with the gender identity law, which establishes that no rule, regulation or procedure may restrict the exercise of the right to gender identity,” said Mariela Belski, executive director of Amnesty International Argentina in the release.

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